Do you like verbal abuse when you eat, drink and be merry? If so, then Dick’s on the Riverwalk is definitely your place to go eat. The waiters and waitresses here definitely have it in for you, and... more
The only real reason I can think of to choose Mi Tierra's over other local Mexican restaurants is if you get a hankering for Mexican food at 2 AM, or if there is some reason you absolutely positively... more
Try the Guenther House in the King William area just south of downtown. Open for breakfast and lunch. Plan to arrive early for lunch (11 AM) or you may have to wait. Set in the historic Pioneer Flour... more
Liberty Bar is one of my absolute favorite places to dine in San Antonio (The Cove, a combination natural foods cafe/laundromat/biergarten/car wash/children's play area, is another). Liberty Bar... more
Pico de Gallo is a raucous good time serving up Mexican food the way it ought to be served with Mariachis. The restaurant is located downtown but seems to be more of a locals hangout rather than a... more
Kangaroo Court is right on the Riverwalk. More of a British styled pub with the odd Kangaroo picture around to lend to the name. Service was great. You can sit inside or out on the riverwalk. The... more
Sophisticated Southwest Ambience with Fine Dining Service. Food and menu was exceptional and a heck of a wine list. The four of us women dined at Las Canarias on Valentine's Day evening. Expecting it... more
Sushi Zushi has three locations in San Antonio and one in Dallas, so its really a local favorite. We tried the location on the Riverwalk in San Antonio and were very impressed. From the modern, neat,... more
The best food that we found was at the Whole Foods Market and Cafe. Whole Foods Market is the world's leading retailer of natural and organic foods.
Their pizza was outstanding. If you like burrito's,... more
morton's is one of the best steakhouses in america. morton's is originally from chicago and has restaurants in most american cities. morton's is known for it's prime steaks and lobster. expensive but... more
We made it to Simi' Indian Restaurant just in time for the lunch buffet. They had about 15 minutes before they closed. I prefer to be there when a buffet is first put out but we had plenty to eat and... more
Zuni Grill is a very nice Southwestern restaurant on the Riverwalk. Sit outdoors and enjoy the view, or indoors too. If you enjoy the cuisine of the southwestern US like I do, Zuni Grill is a must-do... more
I think this is the most authentic mexican food i've ever had this side of the border. And I LOVE it!
It's the first place I hit when I get into town and the last place before I leave. It's just good... more
This place is far from the busy Riverwalk and main thoroughfares, it is near 410 & Broadway, close to the airport. With that said, they consistently put out some of the best cuban/southwestern/tex/mex... more
Promoted as French "fushion", whatever that is. The owner has family ties to Viet Nam, but I just find great French food. Perhaps it means the restaurant is not French Bistro food, but I don't expect... more
Taco Cabana is a Mexican fast food chain. It opens 24 hours a day, it's cheap, and it's everywhere (one in every corner)
The prime choice at 3am for drunk students (there are 4 or 5 colleges in SA)... more
UPDATE (January 2008): We took our son's family to San Antonio for New Year's Eve this year. They were visiting from Chile, so it was quite the spectacle for them. The dazzling Christmas lights strung...
Since its simple beginnings back in 8000 BC when the Paleo Indians hunted and gathered along the San Antonio River called Yanaguana, to 1535 when Spanish explorers crossed paths here, till finally in...
the area around san antonio was first discovered by europeans in 1691. san antonio is named after the italian saint, saint anthony of padua. in 1716 the spanish government of mexico approved a site on...
Sarah and I really love San Antonio. It has a great feel to the city, with plenty of things to see and do. It makes for a great weekend trip for some, and a place where they can spend time and explore...
People say that thanks to its diversity, San Antonio truly captures the spirit of Texas. The diverse cultures of Native Americans, Old Mexico, Germans, the Wild West, African-Americans and the Deep......